The Libraries seek to support research in all aspects of business and economics, domestic and international, at the graduate student through PhD and faculty levels of research in accounting, management, marketing, economics, finance, etc. We also focus on companies, industries, national economies, international trade and global business/economic developments.
The following changes in the user population were observed during the first half of the 1990’s: Increased Business School enrollment with 30% of the MBAs and more than 50% of PhDs from outside the United States. The Economics Department enrollment has been relatively stable.
New courses recently introduced include management of non-profit organizations; business ethics; real estate investment/development. A curriculum review resulted in a greater emphasis on teaching international business.
Areas of established specialization are finance, management, and economics.